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Leotierney
10th Jul 2010, 16:28
Hello there everyone!
I have just recently completed my latest film called DeusEx Trouble at the 'Ton and is now available on the internet for you all to view.
This film follows the tale of a smuggler and his last business transaction with a terrorist, cut short by two familiar government agents.
This 3D Cel-Shaded film took roughly a year to make and was created using Newtek Lightwave, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere.

http://lightsage.net/images/dxh-preview.jpg

You may view this film on my personal website at - http://lightsage.net/videos.htm
Or if you prefer you may watch it on YouTube at - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2G7N8O8hBHg

Hope you enjoy the film, cheers!

-Leo-

TrickyVein
10th Jul 2010, 17:14
Nice job man!!! So that's why the elevator was out of order.

Shouldn't Anna have done something about the LAM that was in the dude's hand instead of, you know, shooting him in the head? :confused:

AaronJ
10th Jul 2010, 17:21
Shouldn't Anna have done something about the LAM that was in the dude's hand instead of, you know, shooting him in the head? :confused:

I thought it was pretty Anna to just get really pissed and kill the guy, lol.

Great film! I loved the original also!

sonicsidewinder
10th Jul 2010, 23:31
Very impressive man, sequal in order?

Angel-A
11th Jul 2010, 05:00
Awesome animation, man; cool as the first.
The voicing, though, is... Ehhh...

Kohtalo
12th Jul 2010, 07:29
Very good indeed. Like said, the voicework doesn't match the good visuals. Their speech is also mixed a bit too hard to hear.

dark_angel_7
12th Jul 2010, 09:57
Great work. ;)

mad_red
13th Jul 2010, 00:04
Awesome. Just the right mix of cool and noir. That LAM going off in the end is a bit 'just for coolness', but it's a good way to wrap up the show.

And the only voice that was a bit unclear to me was Anna's. Besides, DX has some worse voicework, so no shame there ;)

Well done.

St. Mellow
13th Jul 2010, 01:07
Love it. Your 3D ligne claire style looks light and fresh. Great work; I can't imagine the dedication you have to pull off something like this alone. Maybe it's just because I lack it. :p The only thing I didn't like is that it seems you went overboard with the washed out look, a tad more contrast would make it more immersive while keeping the feel intact. IMHO.

FrankCSIS
13th Jul 2010, 04:53
Badass

InGroove2
15th Jul 2010, 20:08
Awesome animation, man; cool as the first.
The voicing, though, is... Ehhh...

this is very helpful criticism that i'm sure the OP was just on the edge of his seat hoping.... hoping that someone would be able to reveal the error... or the "eh-ror" of his ways.
:D

personally, i think the only problem with the voice acting might be how the audio was recorded in general... a mixing issue... no biggy.

i thought it was a great movie... i liked the visual style a lot actually

FrankCSIS
16th Jul 2010, 02:37
Trouble with the audio is it lacks depth, crispness and richness. Probably a format issue, as well as the mic used to record it. Reminds me of almost every flash animation I've seen on Newgrounds, they all had that voiceover issue.

Lady_Of_The_Vine
16th Jul 2010, 08:09
I really enjoyed this, thanks for sharing. Such a shame it was quite short as I would happily have watched more. :)

PenguinsFriend
16th Jul 2010, 16:23
Hello there everyone!
I have just recently completed my latest film called DeusEx Trouble at the 'Ton and is now available on the internet for you all to view.
This film follows the tale of a smuggler and his last business transaction with a terrorist, cut short by two familiar government agents.
This 3D Cel-Shaded film took roughly a year to make and was created using Newtek Lightwave, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere.

http://lightsage.net/images/dxh-preview.jpg

You may view this film on my personal website at - http://lightsage.net/videos.htm
Or if you prefer you may watch it on YouTube at - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2G7N8O8hBHg

Hope you enjoy the film, cheers!

-Leo-

Well done, Leo. The way the Australian guy walked looked a little wierd though I must to say. and no offence bro, but who did the voice acting for Anna? Not good man, not good.

Other than that - keep it up - I would watch more if you make it!

Ilves
17th Jul 2010, 12:24
I remember seeing this as an animatic a while ago. Great to see it come to life like this! I agree with the comments on voice acting; brushing that up a little would really bring it home. As it is, it detracts a little from the otherwise great consistency. :thumb:

The Subway short is yours as well, isn't it? :)